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Use 7zip file manager. Right click on the .disk file in Windows and click open (or "open with" if there is an option) and click browse. Then go to Program files and 7zip. Then choose 7zip.exe


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The Downloaded file will be a .iso file only. Make it bootable pendrive by using this software- http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/ or burn the .iso to a disk Then boot the pendrive/cd and install ubuntu.


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you don't need Wubi.exe because ubuntu installer is much easier today , get a flash drive and download this universal usb installer find your linux ISO and burn it to flash drive Warning : all your files on that USB will be removed restart your Computer then boot to flash drive and finally follow the instruction.


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Wubi is no longer required. Just make a bootable drive and run it, it should work fine. I faced a problem myself, so i just used another software to make the bootable drive. It Worked! :)


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Hello and welcome on Ask Ubuntu! From the log file you posted it seems you are using Windows 10 Home Single Language version (build 10586 - better known as Threshold 2 update): 01-19 14:34 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_version2=Windows 10 Home Single Language 01-19 14:34 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_sp=None 01-19 14:34 DEBUG WindowsBackend: ...


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Probably, you use Windows in UEFI mode. If your Windows is installed in UEFI mode (=default mode for Windows 10), Microsoft has blocked the loading of non-UEFI or non-Windows bootloader from Windows boot menu. Same issue with tools like EasyBCD. See here. This means the bootloader of all official Wubi versions does not work. You can use either a standard ...


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Wubi does not work with Windows 8, 8.1, or 10. You will have to install Ubuntu on its own partition. Instructions here: Installing Ubuntu on a Pre-Installed Windows with UEFI


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The best is to not install Wubi, but to do a proper dual-boot install (if you want to keep Windows). Please follow this documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBoot Hope it help, if not please answer back.


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Installing Ubuntu by using wubi is not recommended and may lead to a lot of trouble. Completely remove the wubi installation from the disk - then start over from scratch. Create an installation media ... boot from it ... highlight Try Ubuntu without installing. On the live desktop press the Windows key and type GParted into the search field. Open GParted ...


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Method 1 When the grub appears, press E to edit the commands before booting. Add the command nomodeset after after the commands quiet and nosplash (No ideal if adding after this matters, but this is how it worked for me. The screen will go dark, but after some time it should work. After that you can Troubbleshoot further. Method 2 Try changing your ...



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